SharePoint Online List View formatting to make things pop…

So if you’ve been working with SharePoint Online for any length of time, you are used to views that show list data, but they don’t normally have any visual indicators that make important data stand out (unless you’re willing to dive into JSON formatting). However, now there are a number of out-of-the-box, menu-driven ways to make your important data stand out. Here’s some examples…

SharePoint page difference visualization for versioning

Versioning on list items and document library files works well, but versioning on pages has always lacked something in my opinion. The description of what changed wasn’t always helpful if you were trying to get back to a version of a page prior to changes. Now with the SharePoint page difference visualization feature in version history, it’s easy to see what version you need to restore. Here’s how it works…